Erin Doherty ’20 will become the principal research assistant for the Free Speech Project in August 2019. She is a senior in the College at Georgetown studying government. A native Washingtonian, Erin served as a reporter for her high school newspaper. She has since been a political data reporting intern at FiveThirtyEight, the editorial intern at Bethesda Magazine, and the senior news editor for The Hoya.
Gustav Honl-Stuenkel ’20 is a senior at Georgetown University studying government and philosophy, originally from Minneapolis. He works as a writing consultant in Georgetown’s Writing Center and is interested in the ways that traditional political concepts, especially Free Speech, evolve in modern politics.
Denna Nazem ’20 is a senior in the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, majoring in science, technology, and international affairs. Originally from the Bay Area of California, she is vice president of external affairs for the Georgetown Lecture Fund.
Rose Dallimore ’22 is a sophomore in the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, majoring in international politics, with a minor in theology. She is from New York City and Chattanooga, Tennessee. Outside of FSP, Rose is interested in creative writing and public service, diplomacy, and foreign policy.
Jaime Moore-Carrillo ’22 is a sophomore in the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, majoring in international politics and minoring in history. Originally from Boston, Jaime works as a staff writer for The Hoya and serves as an editor for The Caravel.
Catriona Kendall ’20 is a senior in the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, studying culture and politics with a particular focus on how we use language. She is originally from New Jersey and has spent the majority of her undergraduate career working for The Hoya, where she served as copy chief and managing editor.
Robert Kyte ’20 is a senior in the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, majoring in culture and politics with an emphasis on climate change, the environment, and media studies, and minoring in Spanish. Robert lives in Ruston, Louisiana, and has worked in public policy and photojournalism as a fellow for Governor John Bel Edwards.
Julianne Licamele ’21 is a junior in Georgetown College, majoring in psychology and justice and peace studies with a concentration in justice in the media. Originally from Easton, Connecticut, Julianne runs Georgetown’s on-campus food pantry and is interested in the intersection of policy, media, and social justice.